So, Linda and I have been using Medi-Share as our Christian healthcare-sharing service for over 13 years now. And while they are not perfect and not the cheapest, I recently received an email from a reader that I found to be shocking so I wanted to share… If you know us, you know that we […]
My Medi-Share review below was originally written in 2009 when I was investigating them but has been continually updated (now for 2023) as I”ve been using them for over 10 years. Hope it helps! If you are in a self-employed situation like myself or just looking for a Christian health insurance alternative, you may want […]
If you are trying to decide between Medi-Share (CCM) or Samaritan Ministries for your Christian health sharing ministry, then this article for you. Join Wes Strunk and I as we discuss these two Christian healthcare alternatives. Wes (a Samaritan member) and I (a Medi-Share member) discuss our experiences with Medi-Share vs Samaritan Health Ministries. We […]
(The following is an abbreviated transcription from a video I recorded. Please excuse any typos or errors.) I remember when I first started looking at Medishare, I was clueless as to how much it would cost compared to traditional health insurance. It ended up costing us about 50% less than regular insurance, which was really […]
Rising healthcare costs are forcing modern consumers to search for different ways to reduce expenses and still get the medical service they need. Medical tourism has people living in one country and traveling to another to seek medical, dental and surgical care.
Reader Question: “Recently I was approached about a cancer policy from a fellow Christian. I’m having reservations about the practicality of it — each circumstance is different. Is supplemental cancer insurance worth it?”
Admittedly, getting health insurance with no job is a stretch. Why? Because no job implies no income, and health insurance companies aren’t in the business of giving away free coverage. However, there are instances when jobless people can get free or very inexpensive coverage. Also, alternatives to “normal” health insurance can sometimes save big time on “normal” premiums. Let’s explore some of these options.
Do you have a to do list that includes items you should have accomplished a year ago? If you do, you are what I call normal. The January 2010 issue of the Sound Mind Investing Newsletter discussed something called a “fiscal health day” (a term they borrowed from a Ron Lieber article in the New […]